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The Most Out-There Designer Collab? Well, It Involves Peroni...

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    Yes you read right. LFW week favorite Antonio Berardi and Italian beer company Peroni are launching a capsule collection...together.

    We’ve almost lost track of the number of designer collaborations that have launched over the last 12 months. Notably, Marni for H&M collection made our hearts race and we're definitely counting down the seconds to the next J.W. Anderson for Topshop range, but this one has also piqued our interest.

    Launching on February 15, exclusively through the Emporio Peroni website, this three-piece collection entitled Bellagio by Antonio Berardi draws its inspiration from one of the most romantic places in the world – Lake Como. The classic cover-ups, carry-everywhere totes and handmade sunglasses included were made using locally sourced Italian materials. But, with prices starting at £220, we’ll have to wait and see if Italians do it better.

    What do you think? Beer plus fashion: a natural partnership or kinda weird?

    Available at Emporio Peroni starting February 15.

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